Funds currently open for Application:
Part of PDI, The Family Recovery Initiative Fund (FRIF) is funded by the Scottish Government Substance Misuse Unit and administered by Corra Foundation working in collaboration with Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs (Scottish Families). The funding provides one-off grants of up to £1,500 for community groups providing practical support for families affected by alcohol and drugs. Over 50 grants have been made since the fund opened.
Funds currently closed for Application:
This fund provides an opportunity for Integrated Authorities (IAs) and/or Alcohol and Drug Partnerships (ADPs) and their partners to bid for money to test or implement change. Applications from consortia are welcome. The fund is designed to support activities and approaches that contribute to making systemic changes to support people who use alcohol and drugs.
Corra Foundation is working in partnership with the Scottish Government to administer and manage a number of the Scottish Government’s development assistance programmes.
This exciting new programme supports organisations and passionate people to make meaningful change in their communities.
It targets community-led grassroots organisations and charities with an income of £250,000 or less whose work fits one of the four strategic themes: Children Survive & Thrive, Gender Justice, A Safe Place to Be or Mental Health Matters
Applications for this grant are now closed. Corra Foundation is working in partnership with the Scottish Government to administer and manage a number of the Scottish Government’s development assistance programmes.
The 2019 Henry Duncan Grants programme is now closed. The team are undertaking a review of the criteria and processes as part of Corra’s strategy to be the best grantmaker we can be.
The programme will be open again in 2020.
Partnership Drugs Initiative (PDI) promotes voluntary sector work with children, young people and families affected by alcohol and or other drugs. There are two subcategories to PDI, FRIF (Family Recovery Initiative Fund) and the Substance Misues Challenge Fund. Currently FRIF and the Challenge Fund are open and listed above.
Social Bite, in partnership with Corra Foundation and The Homeless Network (GHN), have launched The Housing First Scotland Fund, which will be one of the largest programmes of its kind in the UK.
Corra Foundation, in collaboration with the National Lottery Community Fund, Comic Relief, The Gannochy Trust and William Grant Foundation, committed £425,000 to the development of The Listening Fund within Scotland, informed by key learning from the Listening Fund in England.
Children, Young People and Families Early Intervention Fund and Adult Learning and Empowering Communities Fund
Corra Foundation is working in partnership with the Scottish Government to administer and manage the Children, Young People and Families Early Intervention Fund and Adult Learning and Empowering Communities Fund (CYPFEIF & ALEC Fund).